SPONSORED EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS

Adventures
in Math

Real-world math and money activities

GRADES K–8

Welcome to Adventures in Math, a free educational program developed to help you teach key math skills while reinforcing the importance of financial responsibility.

Lessons & Activities

LESSON Money Basics Grades K–2 GO TO LESSON
LESSON Money Planning Grades K–2 GO TO LESSON
LESSON Money in Our Community Grades K–2 GO TO LESSON
LESSON Money Matters Grades 3–5 GO TO LESSON
LESSON Plans and Goals Grades 3–5 GO TO LESSON
LESSON Smart Saving Grades 3–5 GO TO LESSON
LESSON Spending, Saving, and Giving Grades 3–5 GO TO LESSON
LESSON Make a Difference Grades 3–5 GO TO LESSON
LESSON Saving Money for Your Future Grades 6–8 GO TO LESSON
LESSON Finding the Better Buy Grades 6–8 GO TO LESSON

Family Resources

It’s never too early to teach your children skills for financial success.

Watch this video and download the family activity and magazine to get started!

For more financial education resources for the whole family, visit the Regions Next Step site.

GO TO REGIONS BANK WEBSITE

Interactives

Games, flash cards, and a quiz to test students’ money smarts.

The Piggy Bank Quiz! Fun quiz matching students’ spending habits to animals. Grades K–2 PLAY NOW
Flash Cash Cards Financial flash cards about banking concepts. Grades 3–5 PLAY NOW
The Road to Riches Game Introducing the world of saving, giving, and budgeting. Grades 3–5 PLAY NOW
The Biggest Bang for Your Buck Game Practicing budgeting and prioritizing at the mall. Grades 6–8 PLAY NOW

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